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My research focuses on extragalactic astronomy and cosmology; observations of active galaxies and galaxy clusters using radio interferometers, optical telescopes, and x-ray satellites; supercomputer numerical simulations of astrophysical jets and large scale structures in the universe; and, design of next-generation observatories in space and on the Moon. I direct the Lunar University Network for Astrophysics (LUNAR), a multi-university center of excellence funded by the NASA Lunar Science Institute.
Here is a video capture of a colloquium I recently delivered to the CU Boulder Physics Department on “Radio Astrophysics from the Moon”.
Selected Recent Publications:
Interpreting the Global 21 cm Signal from High Redshifts. I. Model-independent constraints, Mirocha, J., Harker, Geraint J. A., Burns, J. O. (2013)
Cosmological Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations of Galaxy Cluster Radio Relics: Insights and Warnings for Observations, Skillman, S. W., et al. (2013)